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CSPAN
Dec 22, 2012 12:00pm EST
the residents of its northern territories very well, does not provide protection by indian tribes, and large landowners in california come on board the u.s. and support u.s. troops and troops with horses and munitions, those people lose their land, there are supposedly go rights that are given these people, those local courts are incredibly racist against -- and you see similar things going on, and attitudes towards mexican people, i publish an op-ed piece, looking at the origins of what republicans referred to as the latino immigration problem and if you look at the last election, the republican party looked and said afterward, we change how we talk about immigrants. latinos voted overwhelmingly, a number of house races which were supposed to be tossups going to democrats because latinos in the area voted 75%, there's an ongoing problem. and the areas you're talking about here and were taken from mexico. and a anglos are -- leads, a really good point. >> the observations on the anti-war sentiment, why there seems to be such popularity associated with the filibuster movement. william walker
CSPAN
Dec 16, 2012 11:00pm EST
's government. the fact is that mexico does not treat the residents of the northern territories very well. it is not provide them with protection of indian tribes. and a lot of these people in california actually come on board the u.s. cause and they support u.s. troops and provide horses for the troops and ammunition, and these people all lost their land. because although there are supposedly legal rights that are given to these people, the way that property disputes played out is in local courts. and those are incredibly racist against mexican people. pretty much everyone in california who is mexican and ends up losing their land. you see that basically it is not a happy story in any way. in terms of attitudes towards mexican people, i published an op-ed piece not that long ago, looking at the u.s. mexico origins of what republicans refer to as the latino immigration problem. if you look at what happens, the republican party looks at it and say we really need to change the way we talk about immigrants because it's costing us votes. the fact of the matter is that latinos voted overwhelmi
CSPAN
Dec 16, 2012 9:00am EST
is mexico does not treat the residents of the northern territories very well. it's not interested in them, does not provide them with interest and a lot of these people, particularly large landowners in california actually come on board the u.s. cause in support u.s. troops. they provide troops with horses and ammunition and those people on disneyland because the fact of the matter is although there are supposed it legal rights that are given to these people, the way that property disputes play out is in local courts because they are incredibly racist against mexican people. pretty much everybody in california is mexican and at the same event could you see similar things going on new mexico. it's not a happy story in any way. in terms of the larger question you ask about, attitudes towards mexican people, i published an op-ed piece not that long ago looking at the u.s.-mexico war as the origins of what is referred to as the latino immigration problem. if you look at what happened in this last election, the republican party said afterwards we need to change the way we talk about immigrants
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